Q. My question is on Revelation 8 & 9 where you say that during the tribulation there will be a doctrine called “Luciferian Doctrine”. Is that the Chrislam we are seeing formed today?
A. Chrislam is an attempt to merge Christian and Muslim religions together by focusing on the similarity of the two and overlooking their differences. It began in Nigeria in the 1980’s but has since spread into many parts of the world. This merger can only take place at the superficial level because at their core the two belief systems are incompatible. Allah and the God of the Bible are not the same. Also, Islam is a works based religion that denies the deity of Jesus and rejects his death as payment for our sins.
The Luciferian doctrine essentially reverses the roles of Satan and God. Advocates believe that Lucifer (Satan) is the angel of light trying to bring mankind into an endless era of utopian peace, while God is seen as a dark power trying to prevent this from happening. This is why the people of Earth don’t repent in the face of God’s judgments (Rev. 9:20-21). They think He’s the enemy.
As you can see, the two are not the same.